Arvind Kejriwal tears L-G report, says will install CCTVs without police nod
Arvind Kejriwal tore a report on CCTVs prepared by a special committee constituted by the L-G and said that his government would start installing the cameras without a licence from the Delhi police. From a makeshift dais of Indira Gandhi indoor stadium, the chief minister attacked the special committee formed by lieutenant governor Anil Baijal and tore a report prepared by it. According to Kejriwal, the report said that permission was required from the deputy commissioner of police (licensing) before installation of such cameras. “... it is the public who will decide where these cameras should come up. It is a democracy. The wish of the people should be respected. So tomorrow (Monday) I will write on the file that the public doesn’t want the condition of taking licence for CCTVs. We will start setting up cameras without any licence,” Kejriwal told the gathering.